Until now, private tenants have been protected from homelessness by a ban on evictions throughout the coronavirus crisis. That all changes on August 23.
Selma Nicholls, CEO of a diverse talent agency, has been leasing a live/work property from Sanctuary housing association.
Thousands face uncertain future when ban on evictions ends next month.
But charities say the move is a "sticking plaster, not a cure" without further action to protect renters.
Shelter says it fears a "wave of homelessness" when the government freeze ends on June 29, as tenants affected by coronavirus struggle with debt.
One reader said the delay was a “gut punch”, while others have been ghosted by estate agents.
Zero hour contracts, low-paid work and anti-trade union laws mean that it's hard for renters to get by at the best of times, writes Beth Redmond.
Twenty years ago, the average rent accounted for about 30% of the average income in England – now, it's a lot higher.
The government has vowed to end 'no fault' evictions under the Housing Act 1988. Here's why groups like Acorn and Shelter have welcomed the move.
Aberdeen recorded the biggest fall in rent prices.